Say-you in a sentence

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How to use say-you in a sentence. Say-you pronunciation.

And there's only one more thing I have to say-you must deal honestly with me.
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A nice office for a man of my mettle to escort a coward!-no, no-take your punch, I say-you are safe under this roof, but as touching my protection, no fellow of your kidney shall resave it from me, unless in honest open daylight with a body of police or military at my elbow; and, besides, you have declined my hospitality, Mr. Purcel, and with the man-but man you are not-who declines my hospitality, I will keep no terms.
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And then, with a relaxing look upon Cornelia: "Perhaps you might have fifteen, sixteen, perhaps for the first year; or, say-you see, the exact acreage is unknown to me.
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I say-you wouldn't believe how jammed my trunk is with that paint box and everything!
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Aunt Fanny went softly up behind them, and heard the old nurse say-"You make nurse shame, for carry such a big girl.
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As he uttered these words, he looked at Connor with an eye which seemed to say-you are not in a certain secret with which I am acquainted.
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Examples of Say-you

Example #1
If you don't want me to come to the house, then meet me where you like.
Example #2
Will you tell me what day would suit you, after seven?
Example #3
Then stay where you are, sir, and take your punch-but you are not entitled to any protection; no, confound me if you are!
Example #4
Now I'll tell you what, Alick, I hate a coward-I despise a coward, and d-n me if any man who is mane enough to acknowledge himself to be one, shall have the benefit of my escort this night.
Example #5
Say roughly, ten thousand sacks the first year.
Example #6
Sir Twickenham asked, on the evident upward mounting of a sum in his brain.